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Martínez Rivillas A. (2012). Los problemas ambientales: un nuevo llamado a la vita activa de la filosofía. Revista Luna Azul (On Line), 35, 282 - 300. Recuperado a partir de https://revistasojs.ucaldas.edu.co/index.php/lunazul/article/view/1734

Autores/as

Alexander Martínez Rivillas
Universidad de Caldas
alexandermartinezrivillas@gmail.com

Resumen

Se expone de forma general el impacto que la problemática ambiental ha tenido en los sistemas de las ciencias naturales y humanas; y en particular, las principales suscitaciones intelectuales que ha generado en la filosofía occidental. A la luz de este panorama, se tratará de resolver una “axiomática” para una filosofía de la sostenibilidad.

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